Arizona cross-country runner Addi Zerrenner was very familiar with running on the beaches back home in Santa Barbara, Calif., at any time of the day. Read More
I first became aware of Austrian horror film “Goodnight Mommy” (“Ich seh, Ich seh”) when a friend on Facebook tagged me in a comment, wondering if I was going to review it. Read More
If the regents and Presidents Michael Crow, Rita Cheng and Hart are truly concerned about the financial state of Arizonaâs universities, they would have rejected these raises. The presidentsâ decisions to accept them reflect fundamental failures ...
The UA’s annual “hide your drugs and sober up weekend,” or Family Weekend, is coming in hot. Great.
The UA just gave tenure to a professor who has been proven, on multiple accounts, to have plagiarized from her students. As an institution of higher learning, the university should be ashamed that it is not only completely ignoring its own code of academic integrity but simultaneously rewarding such an egregious act of professional misconduct.
A new bill is making its way through the California state Legislature that would automatically register people to vote when receiving their drivers’ licenses. With a record low voting turnout of 42 percent in November statewide elections, Senate Democrats sought measures to increase voter turnout. Although the bill is still waiting for the signature of Gov. Jerry Brown, the measure is expected to become law.
As oil prices continue to drop globally, Gulf states are increasingly being forced to find alternate sources of revenue. Many, subsequently, have begun to invest heavily in more sustainable forms of energy, such as solar, to help offset the economic slowdown created by the oil market. Arizona, however, is reticent to invest in solar energy, which is quite strange for an extremely sunny state, and that’s a problem.